Originally printed in 1919, The Engineman's Manual was intended to be used in the instruction of locomotive engineers, firemen, and railroad mechanics. It features dozens of chapters concerning every aspect of the steam locomotive power plant and control systems, including the air brakes. This high quality reprint includes all of the original text Ai nearly 500 pages worth Ai in an easy-to-read 8.5x11 format. It's a must-have for any fan, of the age of steam!A.aThe maximum power of an engine is its greatest ower, or highest drawbar pull it can develop. This is found by t e aid of the dynamomcter, an instrument connecting the tender of en a#39;ne to be tested to the train. The dynamomcter indicatesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Locomotive Engineman's Manual|
|Author||:||W. P. James|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2008-08-01|